Inked Up – February Edition

This month, I have very lucky to have Ed Jelley of EdJelley.com showing off his loadout. Here’s what Ed had to say about his current loadout:ilaikepens.com - Inked Up - February 2014 - Ed Jelley of edjelley.com

Left to Right:
Nakaya Neo Standard in Kuro-Tamenuri – Medium Soft Nib – Diamine Oxblood
Conklin Crescent Filler – 1.1mm Stub Nib – Stipula Verde Muschiato
Lamy 2000 – Binderized Medium Nib – Rohrer & Klingner Salix
Karas Kustoms Ink Prototype – Medium Nib – Noodler’s Bad Blue Heron
Karas Kustoms Render K G2 – 0.4mm Black Pilot Hi-Tec-C Refill
TWSBI Mini Classic – Fine Nib – Pilot Iroshizuku Fuyu-Syogun
Tactile Turn “Mover” Prototype in Raw Aluminum – 0.38mm Pilot G2 Refill
Field Notes Drink Local Edition IPA
ilaikepens.com - Inked Up - February 2014 - Ed Jelley of edjelley.com
Cases:
One Star Leather Goods Large Pen Sleeve in Forest Green with Brown Stitching
Nock Co “The Lookout” Prototype in Midnight/Foliage
ilaikepens.com - Inked Up - February 2014 - Ed Jelley of edjelley.com
Notes:
I’ve cut down a lot on my number of inked up pens. I used to have anywhere from 8-10 loaded up at a time, but after graduating from school, my practical usage has gone down a bit. I usually have one or two pens inked up with review inks, and the rest are usually filled with my go-to inks. I’m really loving my new Nakaya, and the Diamine Oxblood matches the pen perfectly. The Field Notes is on it’s last few pages, and I’m looking forward to starting a new one up soon.
ilaikepens.com - Inked Up - February 2014 - Ed Jelley of edjelley.com
Thanks a bunch for participating Ed, the Nock Co prototype looks great! Be sure to check out his blog at EdJelley.com as his blog is full of great handwritten reviews and some awesome photography on a variety of stationery.

 

On my side of the world, school is officially in high speed mode, so I’ve been going through paper at a rate that is probably spelling an early doom for a lot of forests. On the bright side, it means I am able to cycle through a lot of ink! This month brought a new pen, the Platinum Century 3776 in EF, to my humble collection and has taken up a role as a solid test/exam writing pen. I finally managed to crack open the Noodler’s #41 Brown that has been sitting in my desk drawer since the winter break started. It’s a hard starter, but shades nicely in the 1.1mm stub.
Currently Inked
Ahab / Noodler’s #41 Brown
Lamy Safari EF/ Baystate Blue
Pilot Cavalier F/ Antietam
Pilot VP / Pilot Blue Cartridge
Platinum 3776 Century EF / Sailor Jentle Sky High

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